TechPoint, the growth accelerator for Indiana's tech ecosystem, recently published a profile of Qumulex, focusing on Qumulex's serial entrepreneur founders, and the unique opportunity of applying new technology to the commercial video surveillance and access control space.
On the time being right to introduce new technology into the commercial physical security channel, they commented:
Qumulex has quickly grown to employ 21 and expects to hire at least 10 more people this year, with the ultimate goal of employing (and hopefully surpassing) the success of previous entrepreneurial ventures. Currently operating out of the Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers, Ind., the company has benefited from the innovative environment and serendipitous relationships built in proximity to other trailblazers and entrepreneurs.
The team at Qumulex has made it a habit to enter markets right as they are undergoing a technology transformation. They launched one of the first hard drive-based digital recorders when the physical security industry standard was still predominantly using time-lapse VCRs and half-inch tapes. They also developed a control box with a modern user interface for high-resolution IP cameras, just as the industry was shifting to the new cameras from the older analog versions.
Today, in their latest venture at Qumulex, they are operating at an intersection of the industry’s shift from on-premise servers and access control systems to the cloud.
Our thanks to the team at TechPoint. You can read the full article here.